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Waste to Energy

Reliable power at Polish waste-to-energy plant

Plant enables disposal of waste effectively and helps Poland meet its obligations under the EU’s 2020 climate and energy directive

UK gets new waste-to-energy plant

Plant will recycle more than 100,000 tonnes of organic waste every year

Feeling the heat

Matt Hale on the forgotten element of anaerobic digestion - incidental heat


In search of the perfect purge

Weld purge monitor reads from atmospheric level of oxygen (20.94%), down to one part per million (0.0001%)

1.8MW biogas plant built for Finland

Plant will produce biomethane refined to natural gas quality, which is suitable for all consumption paths and as such also suitable as fuel for the growing network of Finnish natural gas stations

Biogas electricity production hits 17 272GWh a year in Europe

Biogas is a green energy using new technology. Undoubtedly, the produced kW cost is not yet a competitor against nuclear or fossil fuel energies, but the systems installed are more and more efficient, and their financial profitability is increasing. Marc Schaller reports.

Wake up and smell the willow

Many UK power stations are now burning plant matter, or biomass, as well as coal in a bid to cut their carbon footprint

High performance fillers 'eco' fillers

RockTron and Eurostar Engineering Plastics announced grade of polypropylene containing RockTron's 100 per cent recycled Eco-Mineral Fillers

Lack of skills and labour for plant management restrains market growth

A number of new and emerging technologies are able to produce energy from waste, which could be broadly classified as based on the nature of conversion

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